The number one issue in the Presidential campaign right now is the riots by Joe Biden voters in Democrat-run cities.
President Trump’s message of law and order is resonating with voters and polls are tightening.
And Donald Trump told Fox News something surprising about the riots.
During an hour long sit down interview with Laura Ingraham, President Trump addressed the riots in Kenosha, Portland, and other Democrat-run cities.
In Portland, a man identified as an Antifa supporter allegedly shot and killed a Trump supporter.
Trump supporter Kyle Rittenhouse is on trial for his life after allegedly shooting and killing two rioters that attacked him during a melee in Kenosha.
Ingraham asked President Trump if his supporters should stay away from these situations and Trump emphatically said his people should avoid these riots and level it law enforcement to put down the left wing mobs.
“No. No, I don’t want them. I want to leave it to law enforcement. But my supporters are wonderful, hard-working, tremendous people. And they turn on their television set, and they look at a Portland, or they look at a Kenosha, before I got involved and stopped it, or they look at Chicago, where 78 people were shot last weekend and numerous people died, or they look at New York, where violence is up by like, what? 150%. … They’re looking at all of this, and they can’t believe it,” President Trump began.
President Trump described how his supporters tried to stage a peaceful protest in Portland before the Antifa mob turned it into a riot.
“It’s a peaceful protest. I mean, they were protesting. They weren’t — you know [rioting], it’s amazing, they want to protest, and they get criticized,” President Trump continued.
The fake news media is telling another lie about President Trump – namely that he is encouraging violence.
But the President’s own words made it clear he would like his supporters to steer clear of confrontations and allow the police to do their jobs.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.